College/university students! You still have time to apply for an ROTC Scholarship with the Army National Guard. Here are some main points:
[LIST][*]Three and two year awards available. Graduate students may apply for a two year award as well.[*]Recipients must serve as SMP cadets with a local National Guard unit while on scholarship.[*]Scholarships pay full tuition (no limit) to any accredited college/university in America.[*]You can use Federal Tuition Assistance to pay tuition at lower cost schools, and use the ROTC scholarship to pay room & board on campus.[*]After graduation, the recipient serves eight years drilling one weekend per month and two weeks in the summer with a National Guard unit (any state). [/LIST]
How to apply?
[LIST=1][*]Speak with your ROTC enrollment officer at your campus. See [url]http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/find_schools.jsp[/url] for a list of schools with ROTC programs.[*][B]Apply through your ROTC program[/B] to your state's Army National Guard Officer Strength Manager. [/LIST]
Because the funding for this program is so high, all qualified applicants have received an award for at least the past three years.
If interested, [U]don't contact me unless you attend college in Virginia[/U]! You need to work through your ROTC program to apply, because if you don't meet ROTC standards, you can't get an award.